4456369

Hach Nitrate ISA Powder Pillows

Hach Nitrate ISA Powder Pillows

Description

Nitrate ISA powder pillows, 25mL sample, 100 tests

Features

  • Used in nitrate determinations by electrode methods
  • Powder form does not dilute samples
  • Ideal for determining low level nitrate concentrations
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Notable Specifications:
  • # Tests: 100
  • Description : Nitrate Ionic Strength Adjuster Powder Pillows
  • Method: Ion Selective Electrode
  • Platform: PP
  • Range: 0.05 - 14000 mg/L
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Hach Nitrate ISA Powder Pillows 4456369 Nitrate ISA powder pillows, 25mL sample, 100 tests
$58.19
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